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The most exciting thing is that we’ve grown into a community of people across the globe. I love that I can announce I’m heading somewhere and our audience will be there writing us to tell us what we have to eat, drink, or taste when we get to their city.Well, along with traveling, I love learning languages.The first time I had a real-deal baguette in France was life changing because I simply hadn’t had anything that fresh or well made before.When I went to Lebanon, I fell even more in love with rosewater and would make Limonada nonstop.So, a lot of those recipes like whole grain bowls, avocado toast, vegetarian tacos, shakshuka eggs—are recipes I cook for myself. It goes beyond just recipes to take you step by step through the shopping process, and teaches you some basic cooking skills, and tonight Aida will be hosting a book event at Hayes Valley Farm, for which there are still tickets.For the past two years, The Food Network host been dedicated to busting out her first cookbook, , an over 400-page tome set to come out in September.
Well, food is so globalized now and, even if we can’t try it, Instagram and Pinterest give us an idea of a place before we ever get there.After studying hospitality management and going to culinary school, I dreamt of working in the food editorial (I really wanted to work at Bon Appetit magazine).I had no idea how to make that happen, but some interviews and emails later I learned about a new magazine, CHOW.Because I will try any and everything when I’m in a new place, I eat very clean and simply when I’m back home.We actually created a whole section on the site—Reset Recipes— that help you eat healthy when you return from travels.